domingo, 27 de janeiro de 2013

L. Huppes-Cluysenaer, Unviersity of Amsterdam, Netherlands; N. M. Coelho, University of São Paulo, Brazil (Eds) Aristotle and The Philosophy of Law: Theory, Practice and Justice Contents


L. Huppes-Cluysenaer, Unviersity of Amsterdam,
Netherlands; N. M. Coelho, University of São Paulo,
Brazil (Eds)
Aristotle and The Philosophy
of Law: Theory, Practice and
Justice
Contents
1. Virtue Jurisprudence: Towards an Aretaic
Theory of Law; Lawrence B. Solum.- 2. Reasoning
against a deterministic/mechanistic conception
of the world; Liesbeth Huppes-Cluysenaer.- 3.
Law and the rule of law and its place relative to
politeia in Ariostotle’s Politics; Clifford Angell
Bates.- 4.The Best Form of Government and Civic
Friendship in Aristotle’s Political Thought; Ki-
Won Hong.- 5. Controversy and practical reason
in Aristotle; Nuno M.M.S. Coelho.- 6. Aristotelian
ethics and Aristotelian rhetoric; Marcel Becker.-
7. Is There Any Theory of Value in Aristotle’s
Ethics?; António de Castro Caeiro.- 8. Intellectual
Excellences of the Judge; Tommi Ralli.- 9. Justice
kata nomos and justice as epieikeia (legality and
equity); Samuli Hurri.- 10. Legality and Equity
in the Rhetoric: The Smooth Transition; Miklós
Könczöl.- 11. Legal rules and Epieikeia in Aristotle:
Post-Positivism rediscovered; Jesús Vega.- 12.
Legal Vices and Civic Virtues; Ekow N. Yankah.-
13. A neo-Aristotelian notion of reciprocity: about
civic friendship and (the troublesome character
of) right judicial decisions; Iris van Domselaar.-
14. Synallagma as a paradigm of exchange:
reciprocity of contract in Aristotle and Game
Theory; Mariusz Jerzy Golecki.- 15. The General
Principle of Proportionality and Aristotle; Eric
Engle.- About the Authors.
Fields of interest
Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History;
Philosophy of Law; Classical Studies

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